National Affairs: Unwarranted Attack

Last July, editors were in a quandary over a book called The President's Daughter, published and issued for review by an "Elizabeth Ann Guild, Inc." of Manhattan. The author, one Nan Britton, purported to have been infatuated since girlhood with her fellow townsman, the late President Harding. He was represented as having returned her devotion after she had grown up and he had become a U. S. Senator. He was said to have placed her in Manhattan with the U. S. Steel Corp. as a secretary, through his friend, the late...

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